aestheticsnoun [ U ]US also esthetics uk /esˈθet.ɪks/ us /esˈθet̬.ɪks/
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- Differences in politics, in ethics and even in aesthetics need not arouse angry antagonism.
- The discovery of the beauty of nature, and with it the revival of aesthetics, was an essential part of the new-born civilisation.
- Their taste is rather the outcome of a desire to please others than of a sense of aesthetics.
- These remarks are illustrated in the aesthetics of landscape gardening.
- We may all agree about aesthetics, and yet differ about particular works of art.